The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) WC3 is reponsible for the HTML standard (and a whole host of other lanuagaes such as XML). Here you can get a list of up to date standard and a whole host of useful info
The National Center for Supercomputing Applications at the University of Illinois Beginner's Guide to HTML. Superb online tutorial with downloadable sections. Well worth the visit although can be bit of a trudge.
Webpages for beginners Very Useful site on how to create a basic web page using notepad and HTML. Written in a clear & easy to understand way
The Pixel pen Another useful beginners guide to using HTML
HTML an Interactive Tutorial for Beginners.
Another superb tutorial site on how to get started Explains with ease how to make your own site from beginning to end
Webmonkey's HTML guide Webmonkey is part of Lycos's wired news and is an excellent all round guide to everything you wanted to know about Website building.
The HTML Quick Reference Guide from the University of Kansas. Has a extensive list of HTML codes
cNET's basic HTML guide. The cNET site is another massive commercially run resource but has masses of useful tutorials, help and tips & tricks for the web designer
Mr Nussberger's Educational site Another tutorial on basics Created on a homepage. Looks dated now but info useful (and he'll teach about maths too!!)
.net magazine's web site. Excellent source of hints and tips not just on HTML but all aspects of web site construction and design. Great forums and free downloads too. Good basic guide to HTML
MSN TV Developer site Microsoft TV is one of several web TV standards. This site is a handy start to setting up a website with web TV in mind
echoecho.com Massive resource site giving info and resources on a wide range of web site creation topics, not just on using HTML
MSDN web workshop Index. Microsoft's Workshops on wide range of useful techniques including HTML. Hand Work round issues for audio and visual problems like embedding
HTML help Recently updated and moved, This site offers help on some of those sticking points such as frames and a (very) basic intro into HTML
Error404.com new on the block. Some pretty comprehensive tutorials not just on HTML. Focuses on design and site promotion. Lots still under construction so will hopefully grow and grow
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